Switched On is Accepting Pre-orders for Moog's New Modular Systems

The word is out and Moog Music has announced they will be returning to their roots by re-introducing the legendary Moog Modular system!  Moog is re-creating the classic Systems 15, 35, and 55, in addition to a dual sequencer expander cabinet and a duophonic keyboard. Switched On is excited to offer Moog's new modular systems for pre-order. Shipping for the first orders will begin in Spring 2015 and continue throughout the rest of the year. A brand new Moog Modular system that is incredibly true to the componentry and circuit of the originals is something that no one would have thought possible a year ago. Although the price tag may seem intimidating by some standards they are still less expensive than the vintage systems.

We hope to help find this new generation of Moog modular systems happy homes. Switched On is run and owned by true modular fanatics and we have had experience playing with the original systems. If you are looking to make one of these yours, talk to a true synthesist at Switched On. Quantities are limited!

In addition to the announcement, Moog released a mini documentary discussing the history and relevance of the modular synthesizer. The video also features masters of the modular like Malcolm Cecil, Suzanne Ciani, Herb Deutsch, David Borden, Geddes Gengras, Holy Ghost, and more. Check it out:


To pre-order a Moog Modular system please CONTACT US to make arrangements payment and shipping arrangements. Or simply go through our webcart by following the links below:

Moog Modular System 15
Moog Modular System 35
Moog Modular System 55
Moog Modular Sequencer Complement B
Moog 962 Duophonic 61 Note Keyboard



Amos Gaynes of Moog Music gives an in-depth demo of the new Moog Sub Phatty

Amos Gaynes from Moog Music gave me an outstanding walk through of the new Moog Sub Phatty. Amos is responsible for the
firmware design of the Sub Phatty, as well as the firmware on the reputable Moog Minitaur which debuted last year at NAMM 2012. 
We're honored to have this authority on the matter explain some of the features and design principles in Moog's latest
synthesizer. They will retail for $999.00, will be shipping in March, and are American manufactured as Moog has always been!
The sound is quite huge and the build quality is solid. It retains the classic sound you would want in a Moog synth, but is also ventures into a wider 
palette of sonic possibility. 

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